Syfy has announced that Haven, based (rather loosely) on Stephen King’s The Colorado Kid, will return for its fifth season beginning on September 11th. A TVLine exclusive has the first images of the new season, as well as this description of the premiere, “See No Evil:”
” . . . the gang learns that the victory is fleeting, as they are quickly thrust into uncharted waters. Duke is now a ticking time bomb, at death’s door and fighting to contain all the Troubles within him, while Nathan faces his greatest fear that Audrey — the woman he’s fought so desperately to save — may be gone forever. Making matters worse, Haven is hit by a strange new Trouble that’s silencing the townsfolk.”
Will you be watching? I’ll admit I haven’t liked the past few seasons as much as the first two, but I’m still looking forward to heading back to Haven.
Fox has also released a trailer for Backstrom, their upcoming detective show from Bones‘s Hart Hanson and based on the books by Leif G.W. Persson (sadly not yet available in English). It stars Rainn Wilson, Genevieve Angelson, Kristoffer Polaha, Dennis Haysbert, Beatrice Rosen, Page Kennedy, and Thomas Dekker. You can see some pictures from the show at Give Me My Remote.
Fox has unveiled the first trailer for their event series Wayward Pines, which is based on the novels of Blake Crouch and produced by M. Night Shyamalan. The thriller stars Matt Dillon, Melissa Leo, Juliette Lewis, Carla Gugino, and Terrence Howard, and the show will premiere sometime in 2015. This is definitely one of those trailers that makes me say “I have no idea what’s going on, but I’m intrigued.” If you’d like to see a bit more of the show, check out some pictures at Give Me My Remote.
Ready for the next creepy chapter in the Flowers in the Attic series? Lifetime has announced that their movie based on sequel Petals on the Wind will debut on Memorial Day, Monday, May 26th, t 9/8c. It stars Rose McIver, Wyatt Nash, Heather Graham, and Will Kemp. Click on the thumbnail to the rest or right here to go to Entertainment Weekly and see the full version of that picture of new Cathy and her boyfriend, as well as a picture of new Cathy and new Chris with their (presumably still terrible) mother.
We don’t have a premiere date yet for NBC’s new Rosemary’s Baby miniseries, based on the novel by Ira Levin and starring Zoe Saldana, Patrick J. Adams, and Jason Isaacs, but we do have a few images featuring the young couple at Entertainment Weekly – and a very teasing teaser, which is basically just a poster with the sound of a baby crying. Thoughts?
Moriarty (played by Natalie Dormer) is returning to Elementary in the January 2nd episode, and Entertainment Weekly has an exclusive first image from the episode (thumbnail at left; click to see the whole thing) and a chat with EP Rob Doherty about it. Here’s how Moriarty gets involved with Holmes and Watson again:
“A young girl is kidnapped in New York City, and Sherlock and Joan come to believe that Moriarty may have orchestrated the abduction, which is a tad confusing since she’s been in federal custody for several months now. So in the episode, they seek her out and she becomes something of a participant in the investigation into the kidnapping.”